BOYS PREP SOCCER
Woodrow Wilson 7, Ripley 3
Woodrow Wilson 2, Princeton 1
Jordan Wright scored four goals, all in the second half, to pace the Flying Eagles over Ripley Thursday night.
Three of Wright’s goals came in the final five minutes of the contest. Woodrow had led 1-0 at halftime.
Corey Acord, Colton Hatfield and Jay Johnson also powered in shots for Woodrow, which took 15 shots on goal to six for Ripley. Ryan Thompson added an assist.
JoJo Greeley-Fay had two goals for Ripley. Logan McKinney scored a third.
Woodrow goalkeeper Josh Moore had three saves. The Vikings’ Caleb Jennings tallied eight.
The Flying Eagles defeated Princeton 2-1 Tuesday night on goals by Zach Johnson and Acord. Cade Bradley answered for the Tigers.
Woodrow (7-5-3) will play at 2 p.m. Saturday at Wheeling Park.
PikeView 2, Sissonville 0
GARDNER — Class AA No. 10 PikeView upset Class AA No. 4 Sissonville 2-0 Thursday behind one goal each from Alex Testerman and Seth Wood.
Isaac Van Blaricom had the assist on both goals, and goalkeeper Austin Cordell recorded six saves in the win.
PikeView (11-3-1) travels to Greenbrier East Tuesday.
GIRLS PREP SOCCER
Midland Trail 9, Sherman 0
HICO — Abby Sevy had a hat trick and Mallory Stonestreet added two goals to lead the Lady Patriots past Sherman Thursday.
Summer Whipkey and Payton Fisher added a goal and an assist apiece for Midland Trail.
Kelsey Critchley and Savanna Skaggs chipped in one goal each, while Emily Carte had two assists and Marissa Workman and Maddy Ellison had one assist each.
The Lady Patriots outshot Sherman 12-3.
Trail Goalkeepers Ciara Reyna had two saves and Jessica Fox had one save.
Midland Trail (7-3-4) travels to James Monroe Saturday for a 10 a.m. match.
Riverside 8, Shady Spring 3
QUINCY — Rachel Daw scored a hat trick, and five other players added a goal apiece for the Warriors.
Lindsey Thompson, Hannah Thompson and Lauren Solock each found the back of the net for Shady Spring. Solock, Carly Killmer and Lindsey Thompson had assists.
Riverside held a 12-9 edge in shots on goal. Keeper Brooklyn Meador had nine saves for the Tigers.
Shady Spring (7-6-1) hosts St. Albans at 11 a.m. Saturday at the YMCA’s Carter Family Foundation Stadium.
Sissonville 2, PikeView 0
GARDNER — The Sissonville Lady Indians blanked the homestanding PikeView Lady Panthers 2-0 Thursday to remain unbeaten on the season.
Taylor Rhodes and Madison Jones scored one goal apiece for the Lady Indians.
PikeView goalkeeper Kristen Brinkley had five saves on the evening.
PikeView (10-5) travels to James Monroe Tuesday.
BOYS PREP SOCCER
- High School Sports
Fayetteville girls headed to states; Wildcats, Greyhounds get wins
The Fayetteville girls weathered a late surge from host Sherman Wednesday to claim victory in a Class A Region 3 co-final.
- Scores and schedules
One step from state tourney
Home, sweet, home.
The ball seemed to bounce Woodrow Wilson’s way as the Flying Eagles turned back visiting Greenbrier East 63-46 in the Class AAA Region 3, Section 2 final at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.
Lester powers No. 2 Renegades past PikeView
Westside head coach Jamie Lusk feels that what separates an athlete from a champion is the will to win, pouring yourself out and leaving your heart on the court in the pursuit of victory.
Lady Bobcats headed back to Charleston
It was the new kids on the block against the old guard. The Bluefield Lady Beavers were looking to make their first appearance in the state tournament while the Summers County Lady Bobcats, winners of seven state titles, were looking to go back to Charleston for the first time in three years.
Woodrow turns back Tigers 61-43
One down, five to go.
Spartans capture 73-57 win with Bradley looking on
With a matchup with rival Woodrow Wilson in the Class AAA Region 3, Section 2 championship game the reward for the winner, No. 6 Greenbrier East didn’t need any extra motivation Wednesday night at home against Oak Hill.
Trail girls fall 59-26 to Tug Valley
Seeking a coveted state tournament berth, Midland Trail instead found itself on the outside looking in all evening.
Shady Spring players can have lots of fun in The Yard
When a baseball player in the Shady Spring district tells his parents that he’s going to go play in The Yard, he’s going to need a ride to get there.
South Charleston downs Lady Eagles 68-47
South Charleston has relied all season on its guard play, but Wednesday night the Black Eagles were led by the frontcourt.
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